The Gunbower Creek is an anabranch of the Murray River and the southern boundary of Gunbower Island. As the largest inland island in the southern hemisphere incorporating Gunbower National Park and Gunbower State Forest the creek is home to many waterbirds and wildlife.
Learn about the area’s ancient history, cultural significance and ecological importance by exploring the Gunbower Creek on a guided cruise complete with audio and information along the way. See the indigenous features in the landscape including scar trees and plaited trees were branched were twisted to form a marker feature.
For a unique experience try a Wetlander Cruise. From October to May you can enjoy a cruise aboard the Wetlander a fully serviced 100 head capacity boat. The top deck of the Wetlander is an ideal place to view the forest and the creek surrounds and the spotlights highlight the many birds and animals that are active at night.
Other tours are available including kayak tours and local bus tours also run at various times.